NEWSLETTER EDITION: FEBRUARY 2017
This month I’m delighted to feature a guest article by my colleague and friend Gloria K. Vanderhorst, Ph.D. I asked Gloria to write a piece about what happens in our brains when we experience conflict.
Your Brain on Conflict
You are heading for a mediation session about a workplace issue and you know it will be tense. Your heart is racing a bit and you take some deep breaths to calm your nerves and prepare to stay in control. The outcome of this mediation is important to you and you do not want to lose control. Then you walk into the conference room and see your nemesis. Somewhere inside a switch is flipped and your fury is about to burst into the room.